We provide a number of different session options so that you can choose what is best for you and your child. Please contact us for information about sessions, fees and discounts.
There are several schemes to help families with their childcare costs. The amount that you could save is dependent on household income, the number of children you have and the number of hours you work. Our team would be happy to answer any questions you have on assistance with fees.
Government free childcare scheme
We participate in the Government's 15-hour and 30-hour free childcare grant schemes. These grants will reduce your monthly fees during term time.
Two-year-olds (15 hours free childcare)
Your two-year-old may qualify for free 15 hours free childcare per week during term time if your household meets certain income criteria. More details about eligibility criteria are available on the Government website
Three and four-year-olds (15 hours free childcare)
All three and four-year-olds are eligible for 15 hours of free childcare per week during term time. This is a total of 570 hours of free early years education each year. Speak to the nursery manager for more information.
Three and four-year-olds (30 hours free childcare)
In addition to the 15 hours of free childcare that all children are eligible for, some children will be eligible for an additional 15 hours of childcare per week during term time, meaning they will receive 30 hours of free childcare per week. You and your partner must be working for a minimum of 16 hours per week. More details about eligibility criteria are available on the Government website.
Until April 2018, parents can get up to £933 in tax and National Insurance savings if you receive childcare vouchers through a salary sacrifice scheme with your employer. These cannot be used at the same time as using the Government's 15 or 30 free hours schemes. More information is available on the Government's childcare choices website
Working families can benefit from the Government's tax free childcare scheme by opening an online account. For every £8 you put into the account, the Government will add an extra £2. Each year, you can receive up to £2,000 per child. More information is available on the Government's childcare choices website.
Tax credits and Universal Credit
If you are entitled to Working Tax Credits or Universal Credit, your childcare costs might be reduced depending on your circumstances. More information is available on the Government's childcare choices website.
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